Rosebud Centre

Rosebud Centre is an inpatient rehabilitation unit for people with enduring and complex mental health needs. We have ten beds and offer care and support to service users aged 18 years and over.

Most have a main diagnosis of a psychotic illness such as schizophrenia, schizo affective disorder or bipolar disorder. Our focus is on helping people improve their activities of daily living.

Our service users benefit from a multidisciplinary team approach comprising of nurses, healthcare workers, peer support workers, unit manager, psychologist, occupational therapist, speciality doctor and a consultant psychiatrist.

We aim to identify and enhance the strengths of our service users and utilise these to address their mental health needs with hope and optimism. Our goal is to help service users re-establish their lives in the community through close links with their community mental health team, carers, families and other service agencies to maximise their independence.

Protecting our patients

When visiting any of our inpatient wards you must wash your hands, follow our 2m social distancing policy and wear a face covering  where required to do so.

Wards may insist upon other individual arrangements to help protect you during your visit. We advise for all visitors to contact the ward staff ahead of their visit to check for further guidance.

Further information can be found on our website here

Arrangements for under 16s to visit

Visitors under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times whilst visiting the unit. These must be pre-arranged with the nursing staff, as at times the environment may not be suitable for children.

What can I bring in?

Visitors are discouraged from bringing pets onto the unit and will be expected to adhere to relevant policies. If you have any queries around items you wish to bring in, please contact the ward before you visit.